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How can I stream video from an HDMI device over a local network?

The moment you add an HDMI input device to a Raspberry Pi the complete setup becomes very expensive. Using off-the-shelf HDMI-over-IP devices is a better solution. "Ludicrously cheap HDMI capture for ...
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Video inputs for screen capture

No Raspberry Pi has consumer-grade video inputs. But there are, in fact, solutions that offer high encoding quality and low latency. However, they're a bit pricey. Depending on who you talk to, some ...
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Building a top-down parking camera

Yes, this is something which the latest Pi 4 model B should be able to handle, although your resolution and framerate may be low. The web page for the motion camera controller project says: USB ...
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Picamera: intermitent purple snowstorm - EMI or software issue?

Yes! Thanks @Dougie That seems to fix it. Apparently there is a new AWB algorithm to accomodate the Pi4 and this screws with PiNoIR cameras on older pi's The whole discussion is found here: https://...
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Video inputs for screen capture

No Raspberry Pi has consumer-grade video inputs (Composite input , HDMI input, DVI input etc). There are expensive addons which solve that , but the resulting combination is of lower encoding quality ,...
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